The privatization of Paris airports owner and management company Groupe ADP, the bill for which was finally passed April 9 by the French National Assembly, could be a key step in the growth of large companies specializing in running airports on a global scale. The French government sees selling all or part of its current 50.6% stake—estimated to be worth around €9 billion ($10 billion)—as a silver bullet to help reduce public debt and fund innovation in key technologies. A ...

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